IPC Faculty to present in Upcoming Panels on Opioid Abuse: Developments Impacting Recovery & Rescue


Hear U-M IPC Leadership and Core Faculty in two upcoming panel presentations as part of the Detroit/Wayne County Opioid Learning Community Series.

Breakfast will be provided, and the session and parking are free.

The learning community series is convened by the Detroit Area Mental Health Leadership Team, a community-academic partnership with the Community Engagement Program at the Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research.

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MAY SESSION

Opioid Abuse: Developments in Research and Practice Impacting Recovery & Rescue

Learn about success and problems with rescue and recovery in the Detroit area, share the status of what’s going on and discuss ways to provide a timely response.

DATE: May 22, 2019
TIME: 9-11am – FREE
LOCATION: Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago-Detroit Branch • 1600 East Warren, Detroit, MI 48207
Participants are required to present a government-issued photo ID before entering the Visitors Center at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago – Detroit Branch.

PRESENTERS:
Dwight Vaughter, LMSW, ACSW, CAADC, CCS-M, CEO, Self-HelpAddiction Rehabilitation, Inc. (SHAR)
Jason Goldstick, PhD., Research Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine; Statistics & Methods Core Lead, Injury Prevention Center, U-M Medical School
Stella Resko, PhD., MSW, Associate Professor and Certificate in Alcohol and Drug Abuse Studies Coordinator, School of Social Work, Wayne State University

JUNE SESSION

DATE: June 12, 2019
TIME: 9-11am – FREE
LOCATION: Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago-Detroit Branch • 1600 East Warren, Detroit, MI 48207

PRESENTERS:
Adaora Ezike, MHS, Public Health Project Leader, Behavioral Health, Detroit Health Department
Amber A. Daniels, Department Analyst, Michigan Automated Prescription System, Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, State of Michigan
Chin Hwa (Gina) Dahlem, PhD., FNP-C, FAANP, Clinical Assistant Professor, U-M School of Nursing